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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/9/2017

Moving into a new home is an exciting time. As you look at each potential house you imagine yourself living your life there. Eating pancakes at the breakfast bar with your spouse, watching you children run around the large backyard, turning a spare bedroom into your own personal space. The expenses that come with a move, however, arenít quite as exciting. If youíve stretched your dollar a little further than you would have liked but still want to turn your house into a home try these renovations that can fit any budget.

In the kitchen

Pick up some peel and stick vinyl from your home improvement store to add a new backsplash to your kitchen walls without the fuss of tiling. Upgrade your kitchen faucet to something sleek and modern or to a different finish that suits your taste. Install new drawer pulls to cabinets to add your own style to the room.

The Front Door

When you move youíll have lots of people stopping by to visit and admire your new abode. Make a great first impression by updating the front of your home. Paint the front door a bright, friendly color; yellow and red are two classic options. Installing a kick plate to the bottom of your door not only protects your door from everyday wear but also gives your door a more luxe look. Placing vibrant greenery and blooms by the front door, both inside and outside, makes any home feel more welcoming.

Bring new life to old furniture.

You donít need to rush out and buy all new furniture for your new home. Instead, alter pieces you already own. Give your worn-out sofa and arm chairs a modern update with slipcovers. Buy a colorful ottoman and some throw pillows to give your living room a whole new feel. Adding wallpaper or an accent color to the back of a bookcase gives the piece some flair for little effort. Artfully arrange books and knick knacks without overcrowding to bring a designerís touch to the room.

Tiny Changes, Big Impact

Sometimes itís the small things that make the biggest difference when updating a home. Swap out old, basic switch and outlet plates for ones with more style. With options spanning the ornate to imitation stone, youíre guaranteed to find a style that suits your decor. Add bold new house numbers in a bright color or arranged in a unique way. The more creative you get, the bigger an impact youíll make. Install new light bulbs designed to bring a bright but friendly warm light to make each room feel more inviting.

Even if your budget is tighter than you would like there are still small home improvements you can make your new house feel a lot more like your home. Sometimes all it takes is a dose of your favorite color or the simple act of putting your own personal stamp on the place.





Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/7/2017

This Single-Family in Sutton, MA recently sold for $157,500. This Ranch style home was sold by All Capital Realty Team - ALL CAPITAL REALTY, LLC.


32 HOUGH ROAD, Sutton, MA 01590

Single-Family

$159,900
Price
$157,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A FIXER-UPPER WITH PRIVACY ON 0.45 ACERS OF LAND AND CLOSE TO HIGHWAYS AND AMENITIES THIS IS THE ONE. ** THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD AS-IS ** SELLER WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES. PROPERTY IS ON WELL AND SEPTIC AND NO TESTS HAVE BEEN DONE. PROPERTY IS SOLD AS- IS. CASH BUYERS OR REHAB LOAN ONLY, PROPERTY WINTERIZED NO RUNNING WATER OR MECHANICALS. // SMOKE CERTIFICATE, WELL WATER TEST AND TITLE 5 ARE BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY // BUYER NEEDS TO PERFORM ALL DUE DILIGENCE AT BUYERS EXPENSE & TO VERIFY ALL LISTING INFO. AGENTS MUST ACCOMPANY BUYER FOR ALL SHOWINGS // LISTING AGENCY OR AGENT DOESN'T WARRANT LISTING. // IT'S RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUYER OR BUYER'S LAWYER OR AGENT PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER TO CONFIRM ALL CHARGES FOR CLOSING. BUILT PRIOR TO 1978- LEAD BASED PAINT POTENTIALLY EXISTS.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/5/2017


95 CHESTNUT STREET, Spencer, MA 01562

Multi-Family

$117,900
Price

2
Units
2,072
Approx. GLA
**PRICE REDUCED**THIS 2 FAMILY. OFFERS 3 BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHS. SITUATED ON 0.44 ACRES. NEEDS WORK. THIS IS A HUD PROPERTY & SOLD AS- IS. HUD WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES!! // ** CASH BUYERS OR 203K LOAN ONLY ** // ** SMOKE CERTIFICATE AND FINAL WATER READING ARE BUYERS / BUYERS AGENT RESPONSIBILITY ** // BUYER NEEDS TO PERFORM ALL DUE DILIGENCE AT BUYERS EXPENSE & TO VERIFY ALL LISTING INFORMATION // LISTING AGENCY/AGENT DOESN'T WARRANT LISTING. // PLEASE NOTE: IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUYER OR BUYER'S AGENT PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER // PROPERTY IS BEING LISTED AS IE INSURED WITH ESCROW HUD CASE # 251-436083 // ELIGIBLE FOR FHA 203K REHAB & CASH. // PLEASE SEE ATTACHED DISCLOSURES W/ LBP ADDENDUM ATTACHED TO MLS. HUD HOMES SOLD AS-IS BY ELECTRONIC BID ONLY. BUILT PRIOR TO 1978- LEAD BASED PAINT POTENTIALLY EXISTS. PROPERTY AVAILABILITY 12-05-17 BIDS DUE DAILY BY 11:59 PM CENTRAL TIME, UNTIL SOLD."
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/4/2017


21-R ACRE STREET, Clinton, MA 01510

Single-Family

$79,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
**PRICE REDUCED**THIS COLONIAL HAS 3 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH AND 972 SQFT BUILT IN 1900 *** CASH BUYERS OR REHAB LOAN ONLY *** THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD AS - IS *** SELLER WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES //** DAMAGED WATER LINES & MECHANICALS,** SMOKE CERTIFICATE & FINAL WATER READING ARE BUYERS AGENT RESPONSIBILITY // BUYER NEEDS TO PERFORM ALL DUE DILIGENCE AT BUYERS EXPENSE & TO VERIFY ALL LISTING INFO. AGENTS MUST ACCOMPANY BUYER FOR ALL SHOWINGS // LISTING AGENCY/AGENT DOESN'T WARRANT LISTING. // ITS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUYER OR BUYER'S AGENT PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER TO CONFIRM ALL CHARGES.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/2/2017

We all want our flowers to last forever. We want it so much that there are entire aisles in Michael's devoted to plastic flowers that will bloom for eternity. But when it comes to creating a warm atmosphere with pleasant fragrances, nothing compares to the real thing. Here's how to get the most of your potted plants and flowers.

Choose your plants wisely

All plants are different. Some flower for different lengths of time or even at completely opposite times of the year. When it comes to cut flowers, they too last varying lengths depending on the species. The time a cut flower lasts before wilting is called its†vase life.†The vase life is a hard life. But certain flowers withstand it better than others.
  • Chrysanthemums (25-30 days) - They're not a flashy flower, and they don't need much to survive in a vase other than fresh water each day
  • Orchids†(10-30 days) - There are countless varieties of orchids available. Aside from their unique form and appearance, orchids can also be surprisingly hardy
  • Anthurium or "flamingo flower" (15-45 days) - Flamingo flowers are a rare sight, and last quite a long time if maintained properly. But pet owners beware: they're considered toxic to dogs and cats

Preparing the vase

The first thing to remember is to clean a vase thoroughly before you put flowers in it. Once clean, start to prepare your water. Plants need food too. If your flowers came with plant food this is the best option for preserving your flower. Otherwise, there are homemade recipes for plant solution that usually involve something acidic and something sugary. Lemon juice and sugar work well mixed with water. Or you can mix one part lemon-lime soda (not diet soda) with three parts water. Next, cut the flowers slightly longer than the length of the vase and pop them in.

Caring for your flower

The job's not over once you put the flowers in the vase. The real trick to making flowers last longer is caring for them once in the vase.
  • Trim a centimeter or less off of the stems every other day
  • Add water as needed and refresh the water after a few days. Be sure to add your plant food solution as well
  • The flowers themselves can be maintained as well. Most flowers benefit from being misted with water once every day or two. Others recommend spraying things like hair spray which acts as a preservative directly onto the petals. Though it seems do defeat the purpose of taking such care to keep the flowers healthy.
  • Be sure to keep the flowers in a temperate place. If the flowers or water heat up or cool down too much the flowers could wilt

The flowers are dead. Now what?

Once the flowers have wilted (hopefully after a long amount of time due to†reading the aforementioned tips!) it may seem like you have no further use for them. But there are plenty of creative ways to repurpose wilted flowers on the internet such as making a wreath or even adding them to your bath. Let us know which flowers you've had the best luck with!    







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